Grafix Avenger strikes back: ‘Persons of Interest’
Our favorite Hoboken political satirist Grafix Avenger, who can decimate more egos with the least words and brilliant graphics is taking stock of the current City Hall investigation – what she dubs the Data Theft Ring (DTR) and theorizes with a focus of a laser on one potential group of suspects who had the means, motivation, and money to hijack City Hall’s confidential servers for political reasons.
By the way, such electronic intrusions are not only less than heroic, they are illegal. (Can you hear me now Sully?) Criminal behavior along those lines comes with five year prison terms per transgression and a fine, and also leaves the guilty open to further civil charges.
It’s a heartwarming story that is only now just getting fully underway.
As we honor the fallen this Memorial Day, let’s also keep in mind the tireless government servants in law enforcement who sacrifice much often missing time and celebrations with family to protect this nation from terrorists abroad and the those criminal forces within who seek to undermine our Republic and our institutions of government.
Although we will most often not know the great service they perform, sometimes we do. This will likely be one of those rare instances.
|Some of the true targets of the Beth Russo email resolution up again for this week’s City Council meeting. The primary targets are the careers and livelihood of two mayoral staffers: a confidential aide and the communications manager. The secondary targets are The Hoboken Journal, Mile Square View and Grafix Avenger. The FBI has a slightly different interest than Beth Mason and her minions.|
Talking Ed Note: The term, boys of summer is an old baseball reference to a book nostalgic for the Brooklyn Dodgers. MSV originally coined it in regards to the FBI team from Newark who participated in Operation Bid Rig III and took down ex-mayor Peter Cammarano.
These are what true American heroes look like. They strike terror into the souls of the criminals living in our midst.
Godspeed and a big horsey hat tip to all of you at the FBI in Newark.
Graphic courtesy of Grafix Avenger. Her latest love letter, this one to the FBI can be found here: http://grafixavenger.blogspot.com/2011/05/fbi-look-here.html